Like this. The competition days of the Olympic Games in Japan are well packed. Between July 21 and August 8, thousands of athletes compete for the coveted medals. Due to the seven-hour time difference, most competitions in Germany take place at night or in the morning. After the introduction of softball and soccer, as well as some preliminary rounds in competitions outside Tokyo, the larger competition program is now underway with several preliminary fights and 339 decisions.
Japan needs four Leipzig aces on Tuesday (August 3). It all starts with Robert Farken at the Olympic Stadium. The newcomer to the Olympics from SC DHFK competes in the race over 1500 meters at 2.27 pm German time. Of the 16 middle-distance athletes, there is a question of making the first six straight for the semi-finals. From all three forerunners, another six fastest runners progress. (Season) In terms of best times, the Farken began their run as number nine/ten, but the motto is: Attack!
At 3.23, canoe racer Tina Dietz (SG LVB) covered 500 meters in a two-person kayak semi-final. The first four boats, scheduled for 5.46 am, reach the final. 9.22 am This is the second time for Felix Gross (SC DHfK) to drive a German four wheeler and prove quality on the stalker. The Germans – seventh in qualifying – meet Canada sixth in the first round. At 1.45 p.m. Philipp Weber (SC DHFK / now SC Magdeburg) and German handball players look to advance to the semi-finals of the handball tournament with a win against Egypt.
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